A 35-year-old needs to invest £125,000 to earn a pension of £35,000 when the interest rate is 5 per cent. If it's 2 per cent, they'll need to save £400,000
If even the governor of the Bank of England can misread markets, what hope is there for the rest of us?
Simon Read vows to continue to tilt at the corporate giants and attempt to make them play fair with us
The bank also cut the deposit rate facility to -0.4 per cent
Credit card firms continue to try to direct customers towards interest-free deals, meaning that some of the more versatile cards are often overlooked
The price of gold has rocketed 20 per cent, according to the World Gold Council. Rob Griffin sees how to share in the spoils
Although wages have edged higher, the economy is short of reaching the Bank of England’s criteria for rate rises
But, like all things, bear markets must pass, whereas low interest rates may be with us for quite a while
Savills look at loan to value and loan to income ratios across the country to work out where mortgage holders were most at risk
The Bank of England voted to keep rates on hold at their record low of 0.5%
Mr Carney suggested in July that a decision on the next rate rise would 'come into sharper relief around the turn of the year'
Consumer inflation was 0 per cent on average in 2015, the lowest level since records began in 1950
Chancellor says the first rise in interest rates since 2007 would signal that the UK economy was 'normalising'
With so many imponderables in 2016 - a rate rise among them - you need to choose your investments with care. Rob Griffin canvasses the experts
There are a number of key changes in the pipeline for savers this year, says Andrew Hagger
Simon Read shares some financial insights that could help you in the coming 12 months